Hon. Mr. HAGGART.
The statement was made on the floor of this House that six months after this commission met, certain proceedings occurred before that commission, and Sir Louis Davies was sent home for the purpose of pressing Canada's view on the Imperial government, but that Canada was not supported by the Imperial authorities. The hon. member (Mr. Bour-assa) says that such a statement was made previously by Sir Louis Davies, and by the right hon. Prime Minister, and we have the fact that the Prime Minister when speaking to-day never denied the charge of the hon. member (Mr. Bourassa), that the action of the commission was not Supported by the Imperial government. The hon. member for Labelle told us that in making that statement he was only repeating what Sir Louis Davies and what the Prime Minister had previously said.
Subtopic: L. H. DAVIES.